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I've used jswiki (https://js.wiki/) for a long time. You can import or export to git. I have the backup of the wiki content on github as a private repo.
This is a template repo to make a document store in git
if you just want github to render your wiki, I have a repo that you could try - https://github.com/mhzawadi/doc-store-template
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The official Wiki of the selfhosted.show Podcast. (by selfhostedshow)
I had the same requirements as you, and MkDocs has worked wonderfully well for me. You can use this repository as an example: https://github.com/selfhostedshow/wiki/
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Just thought I'd mention Grav: https://getgrav.org/. I looked for a git based markdown wiki for a long time, and ultimately settled on Grav. It's more of a CMS than a wiki, but it seems to have done the trick anyway.
I can add another example because I use this method to push mkdocs for my personal website and it's all on gitlab here.
Create book from markdown files. Like Gitbook but implemented in Rust
I'm using https://github.com/rust-lang/mdBook for my personal wiki.
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Give https://retype.com a try, looks like GitBook but produces a self hosted website that can be then hosted anywhere, e.g. using GitHub pages. There’s also a GitHub action for CI/CD solutions.
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I'm a huge fan of mkdocs. As noted above I put it into production for the selfhosted show wiki (which needs some love btw so please do contribute!) but also for https://perfectmediaserver.com.
Anyone know of a free dev docs like confluence?
7 projects | /r/webdev | 8 Jun 2023
Looking for a self-hosted documentation solution. Any recommendations?
4 projects | /r/selfhosted | 1 Mar 2022
Gitbook - creating documentation for the project
1 project | /r/SitesInteresting | 8 Jun 2023
Looking for a simple self-hosted PDF reader
1 project | /r/selfhosted | 27 Apr 2023
Gibt es kein Selbst Hostbares Wiki ähnlich Confluence?
2 projects | /r/informatik | 15 Apr 2023